These delicious scones have a bit of a kick to them thanks to the addition of lemon and orange.
100g self raising flour
50g unsalted butter
50g Greek yogurt
A handful of dried fruit
Zest of half an lemon
Zest of half an orange
A splash of milk
1. Preheat the oven to 200c/Gas 6. Place a baking sheet in the oven to preheat.
2. Sift the flour into a bowl, chop the butter into the flour with a knife until the butter is in peanut size pieces. Then rub the butter into the flour between your finger tips until it resembles bread crumbs.
3. Add the citrus zest, dried fruit and yogurt and mix all together until it forms a dough.
4. Using floured hands, knead the dough lightly on a floured surface and pat out to about 2cm thick.
5. Using a small pastry cutter, cut out six scone rounds. Place the scones onto the preheated baking sheet and brush with milk.
6. Place into the oven to bake for 8-10 minutes, or until risen and golden.
No parent deliberately feeds their children food they think is bad for them, but we're all busy and sometimes it's hard to serve up meals that are completely free of junk. But from April 28, a campaign will be launched to challenge us to do everything we can to cook with fresh, natural ingredients – and to challenge the food industry to remove the hidden nasties that lurk in our kids food.
The 'No Junk Challlenge' organised by Organix, which produces organic toddler and baby food, is calling on the government and food industry to address the artificial additives and to remove the high quantities of added salt, fat and sugar content in foods targeted at children. Sounds good!
If you want to get involved, from 28 April to 4 May, you can pledge to feed your family using real ingredients and to try to avoid foods with artificial colourings and flavourings, or foods high in added salt, fat and sugar. The campaign is supported by Holly Bell (finalist in series two of the 2011 Great British Bake Off and blogger 'Recipes from a Normal Mum') and the Crumbs Sisters (creators of the popular 'Crumbs' Blog). River Cottage and Leon will also be contributing recipes during the week of the challenge.
Parents will be able to take part in fun activities to explore what is in children's food, help expose some of the junk, and share their own healthy and delicious recipes to cook simple meals with natural ingredients.
If you'd like to get involved and sign the pledge go to Organix.com/nojunk or join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #NoJunk.